Commentary

12 Circumstance when a deed should not be used

COMMERCIAL CONTRACTS vol 7(2)

12 Circumstance when a deed should not be used

12 Circumstance when a deed should not be used

A contract for the supply of goods by a trader to a consumer which is executed by a deed but is not supported by a ‘real’ form consideration (ie something of value, such as money) is not covered by the Consumer Rights Act 20151.

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